MaryJanice Davidson, Faeries Gone Wild

Posted February 4, 2011 by Kathy Davie in

Faeries Gone WildFaeries Gone Wild by MaryJanice Davidson
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

A collection of frivolous stories about faeries that are off the beaten track.

MaryJanice Davidson’s Tall, Dark, and Not So Faery definitely went off the usual faery track with a six-foot, four-inch faery obsessed with counting who falls in with a seven-foot-plus half-giant in Minnesota.

Lois Greiman’s Pixie Lust is a cute, quirky romance between a money-obsessed man about to marry money and raze a woods who falls in love with a woods-obsessed fairy.

Michel Hauf’s Dust Me, Baby, One More Time is a cute storyline that is really dorky. A tooth fairy who loves her job and equally loves living in the Mortal World—and she’ll do nothing to jeopardize it! Until a sandman comes along…

Leandra Logan’s A Little Bit Faery‘s primary character finally learns the truth of her father and decides to explore Manhattan as she searches for a parent and love. Cute with a twist.

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